Thursday, January 29, 2009

Right around the corner

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  1. Wow - that looks like an awesome little trail!! And I love your new picture on your blog - very cool.
    Have you noticed Wa shedding a lot lately?? It seems early but my horses are all shedding right now, and so is my dog! Do you think we're in for an early spring?? Wouldn't that be cool!?

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  2. Love the new banner for V.Day & this photos! Come on Spring:)

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  3. Lorie dear Thanks, I wanted to spruce up the place with some hearts!
    I miss Pantz..went on that trail today but, Wa is not as sure footed and she gets nervous when she slips...so she moves her feet tons to stay up...but does not try to get away...just dances. Wa does not have too much hair being her hot self and nope..no sheding yet.We may PRAY for the spring!

    Thanks Jenn!

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  4. Ooooh! So green and lush!
    I love seeing the brown of Wa's ears and the green of the forest. Beautiful!

    Spring won't be around the corner for us here. We can still get late freezes and snow right into May.

    Here's wishing you a beautiful Spring day for riding on those lovely green trails with your handsome steed!

    ~Lisa

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  5. A beautiful trail and what a wonder wonderful day to start the day!
    Arwen & Sahara would be right behind you guys!

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  6. Ughhhhh....I hear ya!!!!

    I am so sick and tired of this weather!!!!

    LOL!!! My word verification is "photess." That would be you, my dear!!!!

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  7. KK Waiting on SpringJanuary 30, 2009 at 10:39 AM

    Esther Dreaming of THAT day to come!
    Mellie...arg yea, we have some weather yet to get through!

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  8. Is Wa experiencing some of this "false" spring fever Casey is? All my animals and all the horses at the barn seem to just be full of themselves! It's still c-o-l-d but there are plants trying to bud in the Salem area!

    wv: fying- that's what a person does when they say "fie on you!". Not so common nowadays as it was in the middle ages

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  9. Pretty brown and green contrast!

    Love the new look!

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  10. Ore Sunshine...I am sooo ((yucking it up))) from your WV!!!I have been so fried that I have not done any for a long time..but that is Jsut what I needed today! Thanks!!

    Um, Wa has not been too bad of late, not shedding yet and just typical arena dislike attitude..I did have an incident this week when I mistakenly jumped one of my tree jumps going towards home and then realised the Mullen Mouth bit(all rubber) was not impressing her to stop!

    My husband just appeared and told me what your WV means...
    "INGSHO": Horeshoe removal by ancient Chinese methods.

    JJ Thanks...That part of the forest is my favorite for is lush undergrowth.
    I am fond of the look, for a month..I love change and fiddling with the stuff here!

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  11. By the way, stop by my blog, as I've got a goodie for you :)

    ~Lisa

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  12. Hey there Kacy!!!

    Just wanted to stop by and let you know that I just read your comment on my blog. You know...I sometimes want to start a private blog to write about my life as well, and Lisa (Laughing Oraca Ranch) mentioned it as well. Maybe we should start one and all be members??? Just an idea, but it kind of sounds like a lot of work to have two blogs....

    I am sorry that you are having a difficult time blogging too. I took a picture on the trail yesterday, because it reminded me of you and Wa. It was the perfect cavaletti trail, and I will post about soon for you. :)

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  13. Okay Lisa...zoooming over!

    Mellie yea..wonder if we can do that? I think there are options for that. Lisa would know, I bet ya!! She is better at the web/computer stuff!
    Sometimes I just want to let- er- rip...'bout now, with some "poke you in the eye" changes again for me!
    KK

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